SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., Aug. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- SUNSET ISLAND GROUP, INC. (OTCQB: SIGO) announced today that they have
CEO T.J. Magallanes stated, "We have a very solid plan for accessing additional
CFO Valerie Baugher stated, "Even if we do not immediately put all of that square footage into production, another consideration is the permitting and licensing requirements that will be put into effect across the state of California at the beginning of next year. Every indication points to less growers across the state as the legal requirements become more stringent. Having a surplus of square footage could become an advantage to us if in fact the demand for product becomes more than available supply."
Mr. Magallanes went on to say, "We are working out the details on two more pieces of very exciting news and will share with our investors in the coming weeks. If both of these come to fruition, there's no doubt in our minds that investors will be extremely pleased with their investment in Sunset Island Group."
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